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Java

A programming language. It is especially useful because it allows for software distribution to a wide audience. It was developed by Sun Microsystems.
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NET applications via end-to-end managed code," said David Tong, vice president of Engineering, Sybase.
Because managed code runs in the Common Language Runtime (CLR) environment, it reduces risks such as memory leaks and closes security holes that unmanaged code leaves exposed, providing developers secure, reliable and versatile deployment options available in both application and client-server environments.
Sybase's patented DataWindow has been completely rewritten to natively support Windows Presentation Foundation and allow for deployment of fully managed code in .
NET by further building out the platform with a managed code API set including support for the following: messaging, telephony, multimedia and gaming, connectivity, and personal information management (PIM).
Managed code runs in the Microsoft Common Language Runtime (CLR), which provides services such as automatic memory management, platform neutrality and cross-language integration, whereas unmanaged code runs outside the .
Web and Windows user interface for managing both defects and features -- Track priority, status, severity, notes, resolution and much more for each defect -- Attach files to defects or features with the ability to store files in the database -- Easily assign defects and features to individuals in your team -- Quickly search database of defects and features on any field -- Filter defect and feature lists to meet certain set of criteria -- Create PDF reports on any list of defects or features in the system -- Integrated Windows Authentication allows users to bypass a "login" process -- Optional OnTime Web Services (SOAP) SDK allows integration with existing apps -- Robust and scalable -- Built 100% using managed code on the Microsoft .
We are also very happy to announce our first 100% managed code product: InaCalc.
Onsite at the TechEd Developers Conference, AMD will host two sessions designed to provide developers with tips to improve x86 and x64 performance with native code when using Visual Studio 2008 as well as best practices to fully utilize multi-core processing in managed code.
0 Manager is the remote managed code that runs on LAN administrators' PCs and allows them to access and manage LAN-attached systems with TME NetFinity 4.
In the spirit of AMD's commitment to open innovation and fostering industry discussion, we are making the Light-Weight Profiling specification available to encourage discussions with the developer community around how to make native and managed code perform better in multi-core computing environments.
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